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Police: Fireworks for NYE mostly in the sky, few problems on...
Only 13 DUI arrests reported between NHP and local police
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Looking ahead to 2012
Officials have a lot to think about as we enter the new year
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Exercise physiologist shares recipe for fitness success
Expert from UNCE gives tips for keeping New Year’s goals
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Nevada welcomes 2012 with big crowds and fireworks
Performances by big-name stars in Vegas, big crowds from California among the state’s NYE highlights
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Free New Year's Eve RTC rides today
Extended service runs from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m.
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Year in Review: Top Stories of 2011
By Nathan Orme, editor Local story of the year — Street Vibrations shooting “It’s Happening Here” took an unfortunate twist for the city of Sparks this year. The “it” in the tagline for the efforts to increase the special events dates on Sparks’ calendar now can include biker club violence, after the Sept. 23 fatal shooting that occurred outside Trader Dick’s restaurant inside John Ascuaga’s Nugget. Members of the Hells Angels and Vagos motorc...
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For Auld Lang Syne
On this final day of 2011, the editorial staff of the Sparks Tribune shares its picks for the winners and losers of the year.
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Texting while driving law brings fines Jan. 1
CARSON CITY (AP) — Nevadans caught driving while texting or talking on a handheld device will feel it in their wallets come Jan. 1 as a new law shifts from warnings to fines. The state’s cellphone ban took effect Oct. 1, but until now authorities haven’t issued tickets. Nevadans were given a three-month grace period to get used to the idea. That changes Sunday, when the fine for a first offense will be $50. A second offense will cost $100, and...
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Locals asked to ‘Give Back Like Jack’
Boys & Girls Club to assemble snack boxes for charity on NYE
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At odds over water
Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe blasts Fernley City Council
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Zero is the goal
Safety officials aim to continue decline of traffic crash deaths
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More than a post office lost in Verdi
Resident: Workers at the small-town post office were ‘awesome’
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BLM adopts temporary sage grouse strategy
Agency is working on long-term plan to preserve habitat for ground-dwelling bird
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Man who died in police custody identified
Incident occurred Sunday when man resisted arrest
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